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    Heglin, Jeffrey
    The vision in Sylvia Plath's work is an annihilistic one of surrender to death. Ariel and The Bell Jar are its matured expressions, but when considered with her lesser known poetry, these works reflect a gradual withdrawal and present the reader with . . .
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    Rens, Mary Louise
    In 1857, when Moxon produced an illustrated volume of Tennyson's poems, he introduced the designs of PreRaphaelite artists Rossetti, Hunt, and Millais, whose designs represented the new concept of narrative illumination: elucidation of the poems by po . . .
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    Bebetu, Ree
    In Wallace Stevens' aesthetic, reality is a crucial term. But defining Stevens' view of reality is difficult, for much ambiguity resides in the term as he uses it. Frank Dogget says that, for Stevens, all reality is a product of the imagination. Conve . . .
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    Feldman, Nancy Linda
    Shakespeare's love-passion plays--Troilus and Cressida, Romeo and Juliet, and Antony and Cleopatra-constitute a sub-genre within the tragedies. Each play explores the destruction of the principal characters through an excessive passion which leads to . . .
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    Winchester, Robert Alexander
    Walt Whitman and Alexis de Tocqueville recorded their impressions of American democracy in the nineteenth century. The purpose of this paper is to discover the nature of the genius and soul of American democracy as it is recorded in the writings of th . . .